And Another Thing…


Baal’s Stock Portfolio Doesn’t Look To Good

Apparently, prayer meetings are being held on Wall Street to address the economy. I would really like to hear one of those prayers:

“Lord, please save us from the consequences of our greed, materialism, and irresponsibility. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

The kicker for me is the photo below. Take a look at it and then read Exodus 32. I added my own caption, but feel free to submit one of your own in the comments.

Stone tablets dropped in 3, 2, 1...

Stone tablets dropped in 3, 2, 1...


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9 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    Prosperity church at its best / worst…

  2. preacherman says:

    It is sad.

    I don’t know how the health and wealth gospel churches are going to do during this recession.

  3. Kathi says:

    I like the person lifting up her iphone – presumably to take a photo, but maybe she’s offering it as a sacrifice???

  4. David B says:

    ‘Return us to the land of milk and honey, oh mighty bullmarket.’

    I’m not sure that praying for the economy is a bad thing…we’ve done that here with a number of our members laid off as a side effect of an area strike. But that photo is priceless…is this where the prayer meeting was held?

  5. Jr says:

    Hey look, an emergent church!

    (i had to)

  6. Dave Roland says:

    It’d be funny… if it wasn’t so sad.

  7. Dave Brumley says:

    This is great. Well-spotted.

  8. tam says:

    isnt it funny that when times get tough and people realize theyve messed up royaly, all the sudden God becomes very real?!


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